Petaluma, California | Sonoma County
The town of Petaluma was once called the "Egg Basket of the World" for its bustling egg industry in the early 20th century. Built on secure bedrock, Petaluma was one of the few Bay Area communities not damaged in the great quake of 1906.
Today, Petaluma's well-preserved city center is a historic gem and is quickly being known as a foodie haven. With dining options that include a mix of ethnic cuisines and awarding-winning restaurants using the best locally produced products. Petaluma also boasts world-class beers, ales and wine, award-winning olive oils and artisan cheeses that are served in some of the finest restaurants nationwide. Offering the eclectic Sonoma County style with amazing shops, music, art, antiquities and historic relevance. There is no wonder that this gateway to the bountiful delights of Sonoma County is finally being recognized.